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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVER'
One Week Only
We offer a special reduction on all grades and varieties
of .lace. Samples shout, in car window c'isj-!ay. Don't miss
this opportunity. .
Two Other Specials
WHITE CAMBRIC, 36 inches wide, Regular 15 cents
yard. This week 10c.
CHILDREN'S BLACK HOSE, Regular 35c This
A Bare Majority
Just received a big line of latest style of back combs and
side combs, also neck chains and girdles. , v
Hawaii Statesmen Are
Eight Members of Senate
i Honolulu Opposed to a
BOXING BLOVES. PUNCHING BAGS
Whitman & Co.
91 KING STREET
928 FORT STREET
But a bare majority of Senators will
be present at the caucus called for this
morning by Governor Carter tq con
sider the County Act and appropria
tions. ' .
Senators Baldwin, Nakapaahu and
"Wilcox arrived on the W. G. Hall yes
terday from Kauai, and the Claudine
brought Senator Kaohi from Maui.
Contrary to expectations none of the
Hawaii Senators came over on the Ki
nau Saturday and only eigl t Senators
"Oily Bill" Would
AT OUR STORE
County Supervisors Were
Unable to -Borrow
Maui Polo Team May Come Here
for June Tournament An
nual Meeting Held.
MAUI, Jan. 16. This morning:, the
16th, upon receipt of directions from j
Honolulu, the county officials of Maui j
formally delivered over all books, docu
ments, keys and other insignia of office t
to the former Territorial authorities. !
County Sheriff Wm. "White telephoned ;
to his deputies in Lahaina, Hana and '
Makawao to give upt their positions to .
me luinier uL-cupanis, ana county As
sessor D. K. Kahaulelio did the same.
On Thursday, the 14th, Sheriff L. M.
58 inches wide, 25c. yard
60 inches wide, 50c. yard
66 inches wide, 75c. yard.
70 inches wide, $1.00 yard,
72 inches wide, $1.25 yard.
74 inches wide, $1.50.
10-4 size, reduced from $Ijoo
10- 4 size, from $1.25 to $ixw
1 1- 4 size, from $1.50 to $1.25
11-4 size, from $1.75 to S1-53L.
1 1- 4 size,, from $2.00 to $5-7;
12- 4 size, from $2.50 to $2.00
will be present at the Senatorial caucus! Baldwin, having received official notice
HARDWARE, SPORTING GOODS AND BIKES.
Epicurean and Palace Goods
855 Kaahumanu Street. E. J. WALKER, AGENT.
"With Baldwin, Nakapaahu, Kaohi
and "Wilcox are but four Oahu Sena
tors: President Crabbe, Kalauokalani,
Achi and Isenberg. Senator Cecil
Brown is er route to Japan on the
Siberia and Senator McCandless is on
the mainland.. Senator Dickey of Maui
is on Hawaii to be gone for a month.
The Hawaii Senators, J. D. Paris, J. T.
Brown, KaiUe and Palmer Woods, evi
dently did not receive the wireless mes
sages sent out by Secretary Atkinson.
He has received no replies from any of
the Hawaii Senators. j
It is doubtful if the Senators wiil
recommend a special session, although
several of the Oahu members favor it. i
from the other ISLANDS promptly
attended to, satisfaction guaranteed.
HARNESS :-: SADDLERY :-: AND V: HORSE :
C. R. COLLINS, Est. 1891. 82-84 S. King St.
P. O. Box 507. Phone Main 144.
by wireless of the action of the Su
preme Court, resumed charge of the
police department, although County
Sheriff "White refused to give up the
office entirely until authoritative notice
was received from the capital.
"When on Wednesday a public mes
sage by wireless Wis received concern
ing the verdict of the Supreme Court,
the county officials seemed quite de
pressed, while other Maui citizens were
dazed and did not know exactly what
to say. During the past ten or twelve
days of county rule, island government
has been administered quite smoothly
though perhaps it is not without feel
ings of relief that the Supervisors give
up the responsibilities of office for "it
Senator Wilcox sand yesterday that Ka- is rumored that they have recently
uai accepted the County Act decision made an unsuccessful attempt to bor-
good naturedly, and that every senti
ment he had heard expressed was op
posed to a special session. In view of
the opinion of the Attorney General re
garding the use of old appropriations it
is probable also that a majority of the
Senators will also oppose another ses
New Year's Advertiser ready for mail-
ng at 5c each to be had at the of flee
row mpney for government purposes in
Honolulu. It is stated that the same
bankers who loaned Kauai Supervisors
$40,000 refused the similar request of
SEE WHAT WE OFFER FOR ONE WEEK.
Corset Covers, were 40c. now at 20c. ; 40c. at 30c. ; 50c. at 40c;
65c. at 50c.
Chemises, 60c. at 45c; 75c. at 60c; S50 at 70c; $1.00 at 75c
Gowns, 65c. at 50c ; 75c. at 60c; 90c. at 75c; $1.25 at $1.00.
Muslin Skirts, $1.50 at $1.25; $2.00 at $1.50; $2.25 at $1.75;
$2.50 at $2.00 ; $3.00 at $2.50. '
HERE'S A SNAP FOR A WEEK, IF THEY LAST.
Were 75, now 40c. ; $1.25, now 75c; $2.00, now $1.00 yard.
No two pieces alike. 90 patterns to choose from. A
SPECIAL 50 Dozen pairs Ladies' Full Finished Black Cat
ton Hose, 2 pairs for 25c.
SHOE DEPARTMEN T
ANOTHER LOT OF OUR FAMOUS
. Qarofoot Sondolo
INFANTS' SIZES, 90c. MISSES' SIZES, $1.35.
CHILDREN'S SIZES, $1.15. WOMEN'S SIZES, $1.65.
MEN'S SIZES, $2.00.
WE INVITE COMPARISON.
Alakea Street between King and Hotel.
El W l ymm I
TheJVaiopae-Kahikinui region is suf- j
fering severely from a long continued j
drought. The ranchers are hoping for
a kona storm.
Saturday evening, the 9th, the annual
Every pound of California Rose Creamery Butter that
leaves our refrigerator is placed in specially designed ice
boxes in our delivery wagons and we guarantee it to reach
you in perfect condition.
!ay & Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONES Wholesale 92
CLOSING OUT SALE
EBONY CHAIRS, TABLES, STOOLS, Etc.
Also, a large assortment of
2U1 sizes. The prices are practically a giving away of the goods.
Wing Wo Chan Co,
93-935 Nuuanu, Three Doors Below King Street.
KAHOOLAWE WILL SUPPLY
MEAT AND FISH TO MAUI
Mr. C C. Conradt, who recently purchased the lease of Kahoo
iawe, together with all the live stock on the island, including 5,000
sheep, 60 head of cattle and a small band of horses, has assumed
active control of the property, and will at once proceed to make it
an important factor in the food supply of Maui.
, Porty-one years ago, the island was leased to Mr. Allen, the guests were Mesdames w. a. Baldwin.
, ,. , , ' , H. ' P. Baldwin, H. A. Baldwin, D. B.
lather 01 the present Mr. W. C. Allen of Honolulu, for a term of Murdoch, l. von Tempsky, d. c. Lind-
fifty years at an annual rental of $250 per vear, hence the lease pur- ??y w - di.ken!'v.P pke: F- W
u 1 i -M- - tt Hardy and Miss Edith Alexander,
cnasecl bv Air. Conradt has nine years vet to run. However, upon Mr an(j Mrs d Henderson from the
meeting of the Makawao Polo Club was
held at the residence of D. C. Lind
say of Paia. The following officers were
elected: L. von' Tempsky, president:
"W. O. Aiken, Vice-president, and C. O.
Krumbhaar, secretary and treasurer.
The proposition of sending a team for
the June tournament in Honolulu will
be discussed at another meeting.
"Wednesday, the 13th, the Mahukona
arrived in Kahului with coal, three
days from Honolulu.
The Makawao Tennis Club is being
revived. The members enjoyed some
good games on the Sunnyslde grouhds,
Paia, last Saturday afternoon (the
Monday, the 11th, Mrs. F. F. Baldwin
of Puunene gave a luncheon in honor
of Mrs. "W. A. Baldwin of Haiku. The
Rescued from Suffering j
and Death by
THE GREAT nEDlCINE.
MR. ALFRED BROWN,
A Prominent and Popular Citizen, Saya:
After tbe Uce of Palae's Celery CoepwajL
I Am Now la the Best of .UeaUkT
The greatest of modern physicians. Prof.
Edward E. Phelps, M. D., LL. D., after jrears
of lone practice and close scientific study, ewrt
purchasing the lease Mr. Conradt at once opened negotiations With Coast made the acent of Haleakala on to suffering and diseased men ana women tut
the government for an extension, in furtherance of which object a ay, ,ind and , for id pSSdSS l
uuinuer 01 government omciaiS VISlteci me island last ."Saturday, on several days past upon the greater part peculiar virtues and ample powers to cure.
board the Iroquois, and it is probable that Mr. Conradt and the of East Maui.
government will reach an amicable agreement in the matter.
Mr. Conradt, who was in Wailuku this week, favored the News
Wlf-ll n fl intiJt-rtrlliifr infafi-iMi. r.narnniv Vi If. . , 1-a ( ftia i. V tLS the
A1IU tXU lUlVUgU .vv-f
nighi before Christmas,
Not a creature was stirring,
Not even a mouse.
"When mama awoke with a start and
And wondered why papa
Was so wide awake;
A rumbling and roarin,?
Soon came to their ears-
Silk embroidered and open work
Silk Scarfs, Silk Kimonos, Chinaware, Japanese Curios
development of his property. He has already contracted with two
butcher shops in Wailuku and the butcher shop at Puunene, to de
liver a supply of mutton every two weeks, the first shipment of
which arrived yesterday.
Mr. Conradt is preparing to fence off the island into two or
three large pastures, and will confine his sheep in one pasture till
it is eaten clean, thus giving the grass in the other pastures time to A noise that would follow them.
grow. He is also experimenting in new grasses. fr1 tnrousn tnel5" years.
T u-,. , . . . , , r For down near the bath room
In aclditioi to t .'is, Mr. Conraar is preparing to iurr.:sh Maui The water rushed out,
with fresh fish. At present he has chartered a small casoline launch And it caused poor papa
for a short while, but he has also ordered a ten horse power launch "dlSe such a fearful
irom the Coast, which will be able to make the run from Kahoo- mistake;
lawe to Maalaea Bay in one hour, even against head winds. He "Oh. John dear, I fear that
own c tprprnl comrnc ficlimn- Ki-.otc noic otp ot lTo 1irr1 oiirp tiAw y Poor heart will break.
WAVERLEY BLOCK, HOTEL STREET
AT REASONABLE PRICES
.28 and 32 Hotel Street.
TOURISTS WORK PROMPTLY ATT ENDED TO.
258 Beretania Street, Phone Blue 3552. Opposite Hawaiian Hotel.
TTnlpsa von will nrnmlw
The fish are caught and kept That tomorrow you'll call
At six o'clock each morning Bath, the plumber, and have him
1 fu -,1 ...:t, t k ci. over n an.
1UUU1.11 Will ICdVC J.dllUUldVC Willi cl U L LUC live 1111,
will begin this week.
in the sampans at Kahoolawe.
When there's plumbing to do.'
And thn no mnre Va.
reaching Maalaea Bay an hour later. Here they will be taken by For we know that 'tis true,
peddlers, and bv eisrht o'clock will be marketed in Wailuku. Ka- Tnat foIks always call Bath
hoolawe and its outlying banks are famous for the quantity and
quality of their fish and Mr. Conradt states that he will develop
the fishing industry at once to its full capacity.
He also states that the kiawe tree flourishes on the island, and
is already found there in laige quantities and that he will pay spe
cial attention to reforesting the island with different varieties of
trees. Hon. H. P. Baldwin, who was present at the interview,
favored the News w-ith some very interesting reminise'ences of Ka
hoolawe. Mr. Baldwin stated that Capt. Makee Of Ulupalakua
many years ago informed him that when Ulupalakua was first
started as a sugar plantation, Kahoolawe was practically covered
with a dense growth of foliage and trees, and that at that time
rain was continually abundant, not only at "Ulupalakua, but even on
ti 1 i . i. 4 :
, the best known and most reliable men and
I women of our country fully sustain tbe claims
! made by Dr. Thelps regarding his incompar
able Fame's Celery Compound.
One of the most convincing proofs furnished,,
comes recently from a gentleman widely
known in the capital city of the Dominion of
Canada. We refer to Mr. Alfred Brown, o.t
O'Connor St., Ottawa, Ont. Mr. Brown's
letter fully demonstrates the fact that the
greatest sufferer may cast off his or her burden
of disease and become well, strong, and happy.
It proves, too, that the great medicine main
tains more fully than ever before its tmriraled.
place in the estimation of people of wealth,
and social standing as well as with the masses.
Mr. Brown says :
" I acknowledge with thankfulness and
pleasure the fact that I have been cured of a
very painful illness of eight years' standing by
use of Paine's Celery Compound. I had,
during the years of my illness, tried almost all
the advertised medicines without deriving any
good results. I was also treated by several of
the best doctors of this city, hoping to find
that one of them, at lea.st, would ucdecsUnd
'I was getting worse, and was told I was
incurable. I was indeed in a critical condi
tion. I could not go from the bomise alone,,
as I was liable to sudden collapse. X tried
hospital treatment, but no relief or good results
came to me. I could not sleep; anything that
I ate increased my agonies; I was extremely
weak, restless, tired, and despondent; was
obliged to walk about with my hands pressed
firmly into my left side to ease my-psuns; my
feet and hands were cold continually; Baa
inclination to vomit, had profuse, cold sweats.
I quick breathing, and would be racked with.
A fund of $2,000 has been raised on pain for hours at a time.
Kauai which is offered by Sheriff Coney . "After the regular use of Paine's CfJoT
iompouna ior a ume, i am now in me ws
health, have good appetite, and can use any
for information leading to the arrest
and conviction of the men who mur
dered Arthur Glennon, the engineer in
charge of the Makaweli ditch, last
week. The first reward offered was
$1200 and private subscriptions have in-
crpasrl th flmnimt tn S-? nun Pucour.
However, cattle and sheep were turned on Kahoolawe. gers coming from Kauai on yesterday's
kind of food. Thank God I am my old seU
once more, all through the use of Paine'
FOB TWENTY TEARS
suited disastroush- on Ulupalakua, and Capt. Makee told Mr. Bald- JaPanese to inform on the murderers
.r? 4-1-1-4- c. 1 w- - 1 f T .f M 1 TT1 1 9 m
win mat uuj vx3 uai i-dusc jl uic i diii idiuire at uiupaiaKua
and its abandonment as a sugar plantation. Maui News.
A ride on the Heights electric cars
Is the best tonic
with the result that tn a iew vears the loliage was destroved. and steamers report that the ponce have ; have been the standard home dye, etptt
lnp cumrmtc and IiHIciVIpo Kfcamp Hnct Kni.,' .t,:M-. t ' obtained no clue to the perpetrators of, ery In dying has been utilized to improw
me summits anu hillsides became dust banks which thev have ever th m,tr9(r(1 aithn,lc,K ta Today they are the aimpieit, tronzwt.
1 T-i i e 1 i- r- i i the outraSe' although it is hoped that r eUalfle or'aU dye. for home uae. irecUa fcook
sincerejiiamed. The destruction of the foliage on Kahoolawe re- the big reward win induce some of the 11 s dyed .ample free.
We have a special department of adriee, mod ww
anawer free any qneatiooi about djeiec- Sos4
ample of goods when possible.
DIAMOND DTKB, BnrSnjCto. Ti.